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TTMT# 163 – Something Old, Something New

May 22, 2012

My new toy
Brother 1034D, my new toy!

  

12 for 2012 was my challenge to myself and my readers to finish one UFO a month during 2012. Most of these are older projects, and they are all personal projects that have been neglected while I work on other things. So far, so good!

Read the original 12 for 2012 post.

  • Bear Paw (1/12) – Completed and gifted!
  • InuYasha Quilt (2/12) – Completed and gifted!
  • Project of Doom Signature Quilt (3/12 – March) –Top Complete, borders added! Adding Embroidery.
  • The Project of Doom* (4/12 – April) – complete!
  • Granny’s Signature Quilt* (5/12 – May) – quilting complete, needs binding/label
  • Embroidery BOM (6/12 – June) – in queue
  • New York Beauty (7/12 – July)  – Completed and gifted!
  • 5 @ The Hive 2011 (8/12 – August) – in queue
  • Vintage Quilt Top (9/12 – September) – in queue
  • Hand Applique (10/12 – October) – in queue
  • HP/Magical Swap Blocks (11/12 – November) – in queue
  • Churn Dash/Snowball ) (12/12 – December) – in queue
*date swap!

Read more about my 12 UFOs for 2012!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Roubaix permalink
    May 23, 2012 06:33

    Love my serger and am sure you will too. I was afraid of it and didn’t sew with it for over a year, but now have it out often. Keep us informed on what & how you do things. Try the rolled hem feature for napkins – awesome. How are you finishing your ends (weaving through or fabric-tac)?

    • May 23, 2012 12:28

      I had it out of the box and was zooming away the first night I had it! I will admit that I did watch all the how to videos it came with first. Rolled hems are next…I saw that option and I can’t wait to try it out!

      I’m weaving my ends in. I think it’s kind of second nature to just tuck them in, especially with all the free-motion quilting I’ve done lately!

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